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Jul 18, 2010 2:05pm EDT
is broken is brit kirwan, chancellor of the university system of maryland; and gail mellow, president of laguardia community college in queens, new york. arguing that the business model is not broken is rick levin, president of yale university. his teammate is daniel hamburger, president of devry incorporated, a publicly held global provider of educational services, including devry university. and our audience tonight includes students, parents, people who are paying college tuitions and the leaders of other institutions of higher learning and learned journals. welcome to everyone. before we begin our debate, some background. narrator: numerous u.s. industries have struggling or failing business models today, newspapers, airlines, car companies. and some might add to that category higher education. there was a time in the 1960s when state governments provided the bulk of operating support for state colleges and universities, which kept tuition costs very low. but that changed in the 1980s. as funding began to decline, colleges and universities turned to one area they could control, increasi
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